[CentOS-virt] iSCSI on CentOS 6
Miguel Barbosa Gonçalves
m at mbg.pt
Sat Jul 11 12:47:43 UTC 2015
No dia 11/07/2015, às 13:37, Mauricio Tavares <raubvogel at gmail.com>
On Jul 11, 2015 11:37 AM, "Miguel Barbosa Gonçalves" <m at mbg.pt> wrote:
> I am about to deploy a virtualisation cluster based on a storage
> server with 10 Gbps interfaces for iSCSI and two computing nodes
> running VMs in KVM that will access the storage via the 10 Gbps
> I am trying to find real use cases of people using CentOS 6 as an
> iSCSI target but can't find any.
> Anyone using a configuration similar to this one?
Which part of the setup do you need help/info on? Hardware choice for
hba cards? Network layout? Setting it up in CentOS?
As you know, if you can't find real use cases involving CentOS, you could
look for those for redhat.
I just need to know if a CentOS 6 iSCSI target is stable for production
because after reading this
"Setting up a Red Hat Enterprise Linux server as an iSCSI target is not
recommended. The example used in this section should not be used in
production, and is provided as an example which should only be
referred to for basic shared storage testing and educational purposes."
I am a bit afraid ;)
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